I would like to know if there is an algorithm to generate a RSA key at the state of the art of the present cryptanalysis. Beside the key lenght I know there are some weakness in the choice of prime ...
I asked the same question before. But an unregistered user i haven't any privilege to comment. So i am repeating my same question. I am trying to implement an IEEE Paper In Cryptography. I read many ...
Lately I've been studying cryptography and in the current course I'm taking we're reviewing statistical tests and how they can be used to determine if a pseudo-random generator is secure or not. ...
I'm trying to educate my self in key management, how to store them, how to generate them, how to use them properly. I've been trying to find how you would generate a key for symmetric encryption (say ...
As per Wikipedia, RSA keygen goes like this: Choose two distinct prime numbers p and q. Compute $n = pq$. Compute $\varphi(n) = (p − 1)(q − 1)$. Choose an integer e such that $1 < e < ...
I am trying to implement key generation from the paper Key-Aggregate Cryptosystem for Scalable Data Sharing in Cloud Storage. In the paper, the first step in key generation is a setup phase state as ...